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    Creation Stories and Traditional Wisdom - Little People - Geow-lud-mo-sis-eg
    Maliseet Canada - Eastern
    Geow-lud-mo-sis-eg are sort of magical little beings, something like the Leprechauns of Ireland, who appear to certain people at certain times in certain places in many Native communities. This story comes to us from Pat Paul, from the Maliseet Nation in New Brunswick, Canada. Pat produces current, up-to-date essays, stories, articles, legends, poems, and other literary items relating to the life and times of today's aboriginal people in the hemisphere.
    Myth from the Alaskan Inuit
      US - Alaska
    The Origin of Light - This contribution comes from Laura Thorpe and her class in Alaska. In the early times, there was only darkness; there was no light at all. At the edge of the sea a woman lived with her father. One time she went out to get some water. As she was scraping the snow, she saw a feather floating toward her. She opened her mouth and the feather floated in and she swallowed it. From that time she was pregnant.




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